Is it or isn't?

@Lucky15 (31856)
Philippines
July 1, 2016 8:09pm CST
There.is this "joke" that goes like this, "paalala sa mga pasaherong Pilipino, ang kumot ay hindi inuuwi".(reminders to all Filipino passengers, the blanket is not to be taken home). Do you or have you taken home something from the airlines you get ride into? Some airlines has blankets or earphones on each seats, not just in the business class but even in economy(cathay pacific). I know how cold it can be inside the aircraft and i have also some issue with my ears, it can be painful, and i am thankful that i can have both--blanket and earphone. But, are we allowed to take it home? Some may say yes, and assumed that it is included on the fare, though some.think of they just have those be just used inside the aircraft and not a "souvenir". So, what do you think? *P.S. I knew one who took one home and i told.her to return it. Hahaha.
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@allen0187 (21024)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Haven't taken anything home after flights except for the contact details of a hot sexy flight stewardess. Of course, stuff in hotels is an altogether different matter.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Oh..haha. how is it?
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@allen0187 (21024)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
@Lucky15 struck out...
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
@allen0187 hahaha. Maybe...well
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@Tampa_girl7 (20114)
• United States
2 Jul 16
People do take things, but they're not supposed to.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Just those in packs like lip balm or something
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@marguicha (73814)
• Chile
2 Jul 16
I take some things home. Earphones are disposable.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Those are indeed disposable ;)
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@pgntwo (19085)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
2 Jul 16
It varies from airline to airline. Some airlines take a very dim view of you taking their cutlery, and the increasing use of metal scanners and x-ray machines at airport security makes it even more likely that airline cutlery will be detected, confiscated by the authorities, and returned to the airline. Blankets are more of a grey area - but who wants an artificial fibre blanket anyway? Cabin staff usually make announcements if they want the headphones to be returned.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
Some blankets can really be thick..;))
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@pgntwo (19085)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
3 Jul 16
@Lucky15 True. And the little pillows can be handy, I guess.
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@vandana7 (53710)
• India
3 Jul 16
I think this is ridiculous way of doing it all. All they can do is, collect a deposit for blankets, cutlery, and earphones. (Honestly...I would be afraid to use all the three...I stole an article in a newspaper, and a plastic spoon..it was kind of challenge to do it even as air hostess was around... but not something that I wished to steal for the sake of stealing...it can get boring in flights, right...so when the group is up to some tricks..why not). But essentially, a plastic spoon, and a the newspaper article. The last was the newspaper article.
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@Yar_Joey (3316)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
The international planes allow this, when I came home from Singapore.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Oh..they do? I should have..hahaha
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@Yar_Joey (3316)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@Lucky15 When you go abroad, you must have a big bag to place those things for yourself
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@Yar_Joey well. Nooo
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@sunrisefan (16483)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
So, you mean to say you took them home as souvenirs?LOL! For some Filipinos, if they can take home the toilet bowl in hotels, they will, hahaha!
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Haha. Some does.that really noh? Haha
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@sunrisefan (16483)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@Lucky15 So, what did you take?
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@sunrisefan not me. Hahaha
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@itsmejing (608)
2 Jul 16
i don't took anything from the plane when i fly hehehe
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Just the food. Hhaha
2 Jul 16
@Lucky15 Hahaha
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@toniganzon (35622)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
NO, it's the plane's property and the passenger is never allowed to bring anything home.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
I truly agree :)
@brokenbee (7708)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Not me, but my parents. HIhihihi It's not a blanket, though. My father used to take home some teaspoons and eye cover.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
The eye cover is fine. Just embarrasing..my sister.took..ahmm
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@brokenbee (7708)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@Lucky15 Ahahahah! a souvenir. Hihihihi
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@brokenbee she works in the airline actually but still wanted her.to return the blanket. Haha
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@Tierkreisze (1356)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
My dad said he could bring home the towels he brings at home from the airline because they'd be thrown away anyway. He also brings some condiments and jams, too!
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
Condiments.that are offered. They are ok.
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• Philippines
3 Jul 16
@Lucky15 And ear plugs? He brought a pair of those last time.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
@Tierkreisze maybe it is ok? Lol
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@cacay1 (29596)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
2 Jul 16
I always travel abroad.Before the plane takes off, the flight stewards get back all stuffs. Do not believe on those saying can be brought stuffs plane owned under the broad lights on plane.Everything will be left on the seat, except if given as souvenirs like pairs of socks, candies or biscuits not consumed could be brought.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Some are really asked to be left. Lol
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@cacay1 (29596)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
2 Jul 16
@Lucky15 It is really a shameful act to bring house the stuffs plane owned .
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@sunrisefan (16483)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
@cacay1 Best thing to do is bring home memories, not anything on the plane hehehe!
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@MsTickle (24756)
• Australia
6 Jul 16
One airline I was on handed out a little bag with socks and other in flight goodies for us to keep. Other than that, there has been nothing to take. In hotels or resorts, I take the little bottles of stuff but my thinking is, it's there for me to use so it's OK to take if I don't use it. I've never stolen anything. One resort I stayed in had a pair of flip flops for guests to use. they wouldn't re-use these items and the staff said it was OK to take them.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
6 Jul 16
Those were actually likely to be given away :)
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@MsTickle (24756)
• Australia
7 Jul 16
@Lucky15 i took mine home and my daughter's as well. I gave them to my friend and he was so thrilled to get them. LOL.
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• Quezon City, Philippines
2 Jul 16
I only took magazine (Smile-from Cebu Pacific), not blankets and earphones!! ????
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
2 Jul 16
Cebu pac don't have those. Lol
• Quezon City, Philippines
2 Jul 16
@Lucky15 I know :)
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@Daljinder (19238)
• India
7 Jul 16
It is supposed to be left with the airlines......
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
7 Jul 16
Yeah..and i did that..except for...my sister.
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• Canada
4 Jul 16
I never got a blanket while flying, and this is Canada (ie, it's cold and...it would have been nice;), haha.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
4 Jul 16
There isnthis on an airline that is really good to use when it is cold
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@rbailey83 (1401)
• Canada
3 Jul 16
good question, I think that unless it's obvious you can take it home or unless you are told that it is yours to take home it should be left on the plane. But it can also be hard if you regularly travel with one airline that allows you to take it with you and for whatever reason you use a different airline the person may not realize that they are suppose to not take it with them.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
When it istold..i will. Lol
@PatZAnthony (11500)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
3 Jul 16
Although the thought of taking one home does not seem appealing, some might just do it!
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
Some is really doing it. ;(
• United States
3 Jul 16
no , never taken anything from an airplane, nothing will surprise me what people take
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
Some can really be greedy. ;))
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• Eugene, Oregon
2 Jul 16
Strange that someone would take the blankets home.
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
Some really does that sir ;(
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@shshiju (8568)
• Cochin, India
2 Jul 16
If they really want it they must tell the passengers when they give it to them. I think those passengers take the blanket and earphone may lacks the both items. Lol
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@Lucky15 (31856)
• Philippines
3 Jul 16
Haha. Some.really take them. Lol